Many plants like Petasites
japonicas (Kim et al., 2015), Amorphophallus campanulatus (Ansil et al., 2012), Curcuma aromatic (Li et al., 2014), Panax ginseng, Salvia miltiorrhiza (Wang et al., 2012), Tripterygium wilfordii (Chen et al., 2012), Astragalus (Chen et al., 2011) and many other plants are used against HCC as an anticancerous agents with low toxicity.
Phase B Lactic acid 0.16 Tegoamid S18 (Evonik) 0.5 (Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine) Genamin BTLF (Clariant) 1.5 (Behtrimmonium chloride) Carsoquat SDQ25 (Stearalkonium chloride) 4.0 Stearyl alcohol (Sigma) 1.65 Cetyl alcohol (Sigma) 3.85 Phase C Natrulon H-6 (Lonza) (PoIyglycerin-6) 1.5 KCI (Fisher) 0.15 Disdoium EDTA (Fisher) 0.1 NAB Butterbur Extract (Lonza) 1.0 (Aqua (and) petasites
japonicus root extract) Water 0.5 Phase D Dowcil CE 8411 (Dow Corning) 1.428 (Bis-diisopropanol-amino-PG-propyl dimethicone/bis-isobutyl PEG-14 copolymer (and) polysorbate 20 (and) butyloctanol (and) aqua) Morning Garden (IFF) (Fragrance) 0.3 Glydant Plus Liquid (Lonza) 0.8 (DMDM hydantoin and iodopropynyl butyl-carbamate) Anti-Humidity Sparkling Hair Serum with AMA Oil
* Supplements used to help prevent migraine include the root of Petasites
hybridus (butterbur), magnesium, vitamin B2 (riboflavin), Tanacetum parthenium (feverfew), and coenzyme Q10.
Small studies have suggested that the root of the butterbur plant, Petasites
hybridus, can decrease migraine frequency, but the plant can be toxic to the liver and, in animal studies, has led to genetic changes that could lead to cancer.
Our findings demonstrate that the formula and some components can modulate COX isoforms, as found in previous reports; for instance, Clerodendrum petasites
Kim, "Suppressive effect of Petasites
japonicus extract on ovalbumin-induced airway inflammation in an asthmatic mouse model," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
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Kim, "Butterbur (Petasites
japonicus Max.) extract improves lipid profiles and antioxidant activities in monosodium L-glutamate-challenged mice," Journal of Medicinal Food, vol.
Lathyrus maritimus, Gypsophila paniculata, Petasites
spurius, Tragopogon heterospermus, Viola littoralis, Jasione montana and Thymus serpillius.
Butterbur root: Butterbur (Petasites
hybridus) extracts possess analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic properties (Pothmann 2005; Oelkers-Ax 2008).
The genus name, Petasites
, is derived from the Greek word "petasos", which is the felt hat worn by shepherds.